MONU – OLAREWAJU FOUNDATION DONATES BOOKS TO DELSU LAW STUDENTS, LIBRARY

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Over 200 final year students of the Faculty of Law, Delta State University, Oleh Campus have benefitted from the free law books donated by the Monu – Olarewaju Foundation.

HON (BARR) MONU – OLAREWAJU IN A HAND SHAKE WITH DEAN, FACULTY OF LAW, PROF E. K. EDU


Making the donation, the Chief Executive of the Foundation, Honourable Chinwe Monu – Olarewaju, said it was her own way of contributing to the attainment of excellence in the study of Law in the institution.

HON (BARR) MONU – OLAREWAJU EXCHANGING PLEASANTRIES WITH A LAW STUDENT


Honourable Olarewaju, a Barrister at – Law, added that her interest was in ensuring that the final year Law students graduated with First Class in the Nigerian Law School, which she said would be to the credit of Delta state.

HON (BARR) MONU – OLAREWAJU DISCUSSING WITH PROF EDU IN HIS OFFICE


The donor, the first Deltan to so do, also donated Law books to the Faculty’s library to promote the study of the course among other Law students of the University.

THE DONOR PRESENTING HER SPEECH ON THE OCCASION


She urged the students to put the books to judicious use and take their studies seriously in order to come out in flying colours in the Law School.

PROF E. K. EDU MAKING HIS REMARKS


The Dean, Faculty of Law, Delta State University, Oleh Campus, Professor E. K. Edu, commended Honourable Olarewaju for the donation which he said would advance the study of Law in the institution.

(2ND RIGHT) HON (BARR) MONU – OLATEWAJU, (4TH LEFT) PROF E. K. EDU AND LAW FACULTY STAFF IN A GROUP PHOTOGRAPH


Professor Edu said the donation was significant considering the fact that the donor was not a student of the institution, but took interest in helping the final year students to achieve excellence.

HON (BARR) MONU – OLAREWAJU IN A GROUP PHOTOGRAPH WITH THE LAW STUDENTS


The Dean assured Honourable Olarewaju that the books would be put to good used and advised the students to study hard with the books to come out tops in their Law School examination.

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